Fotografía de Richard Misrach, fotógrafo estadounidense (nacido en Los Ángeles, California, en 1949) que ha abordado la relación entre la sociedad contemporánea y la naturaleza, especialmente en el Oeste Americano. Consigue que el espectador se meta en su mundo por medio del dominio del color.

Enjoy this collection of photographs by master photographer Richard Misrach. Read quotes by Richard Misrach. Read my conversation with Richard Misrach.

Richard Misrach  American, born 1949  Untitled (New Orleans and the Gulf Coast)  2005  Inkjet print, ed. #3/5, printed 2010  The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, gift of the artist  © Richard Misrach  2400 x 1801

Richard Misrach American, born 1949 Untitled (New Orleans and the Gulf Coast) 2005 Inkjet print, ed. printed 2010 The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, gift of the artist © Richard Misrach 2400 x 1801

richard misrach -  diving board, saltonsea, 1983

Richard Misrach, Diving Board, Salton Sea, This print adorns one wall of my bedroom and I find myself staring at it for unreasonably long periods of time. It's as if I've taken a dive into the abyss as well.

Richard Misrach He photographs the mark/impact left behind by human interaction with nature. His pieces are often very simple, but speak a thousand words. This old broken down school bus left behind in a sparse open space makes you wonder what it was doing their in the first place.

Richard Misrach - He photographs the mark/impact left behind by human interaction with nature

Hazardous WasteContainment Site. Dow Chemical Corporation. Mississippi River. Plaquemine. Louisiana. Richard Misrach. 1998.

‘Petrochemical America’: The Richard Misrach Photos That Inspired ‘True Detective’

Hazardous Waste Containment Site, Dow Chemical Corporation, Plaquemine, Louisiana, 1998 by Richard Misrach

Richard Misrach "Desert Fire #249" 1985 from Desert Cantos © Richard Misrach, c/o Fraenkel Gallery (San Francisco)

Richard Misrach "Desert Fire 1985 from Desert Cantos © Richard Misrach, c/o Fraenkel Gallery (San Francisco)

Richard Misrach Submerged Gazebo, Salton Sea, California 1984 (printed 1997).

“To attain knowledge, add things everyday. To attain wisdom, remove things every day.

Anthroposcenes (Part 8: Richard Misrach) | Fluxion

Richard Misrach’s photographs have always emphasized the enormity of nature to me, an in contrast how trivial our presence here is. He is best known for his continuing series Desert Cantos st…

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